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Grand Canyon debuts fire-focused short film

Visitors to Grand Canyon National Park can now learn more about the role wildland fire plays at Grand Canyon.

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ADOT begins work on I-40 near Williams

Drivers heading eastbound on Interstate 40 toward Williams and Flagstaff will use one of the westbound lanes for five miles while Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) crews begin rebuilding the eastbound section of highway.

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Photo highlights: Smokey the Bear celebrates 73rd birthday

Smokey the Bear celebrated his 73rd birthday with visitors and rangers at the Grand Canyon Aug. 9.

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Photo highlights: Xanterra hosts annual property Olympics

Xanterra employees competed for property supremacy (and a trophy) at this year’s 22nd annual Property Olympics July 15.

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Out of the Past: Supai Charlie

Waluthma (Fire Away), also known as Supai Charlie, at Supai circa 1899.

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After igniting Pine Hollow wildfire, monsoon storms stall its progress

Lightning strikes ignite three more fires on North Rim, bringing season total to 10

After receiving significant moisture from monsoon rainfall over the past few days, the Pine Hollow wildfire has seen no growth in the last 24 hours.

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Around the Canyon: Week of Aug. 9

Around the Canyon: Week of Aug. 9

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*Update* - Update: Body located near Black Bridge in Grand Canyon National Park

Search and rescue crews have located a body believed to be Sarah Beadle of Fort Worth, Texas.

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Around the Canyon: Week of Aug. 2

Around the Canyon: Week of Aug. 2

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Letter to the editor: Park maintenance, such as Trans Canyon Pipeline, must be high priority

This month Grand Canyon National Park seeks public input for an overdue plan to replace an important water pipeline that pipes water across the canyon to the South Rim to meet the needs of thousands of residents and millions of visitors.

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